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chelsea college of art and design, university of the arts london profile who offer Arts Administration courses  in London Certificate of Attendance
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Those working in museums and galleries, including front-of-house staff who are often asked to help with art handling and installation. It'll also appeal to artists and students exploring an area of interest....more

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bright solutions global plc profile who offer Arts Administration courses In London Certificate of Attendance

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Course Overview There’s a great deal more to delegating than simply passing extra work off to others. Trainers will love this one-day training course, there they can teach supervisors and managers the skills they’ll need to effectively delegate and ultimately, accomplish more. This training course addresses...more

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Online course £110.40 Instant book

Stress - we all face it, and not just at work! The Art of Stress Management training program from LearnKey teaches important stress management skills and techniques to increase your productivity and maintain a positive attitude. With dozens of handy tips and techniques, The Art of Stress Management will help you...more

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middlesex university summer school profile who offer Arts Administration courses In London Course Provider Diploma/Certificate/Award

Make the most of your summer - take a short course at Middlesex University!

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This is a foundation-level course that offers an introduction to the music industry and enables you to develop skills in its key sectors. An overview of record companies, copyright collection societies and other music and arts organisations will help you to evaluate the roles of administrators, promoters, agents...more

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No stress. No mess. No nails. You've NEVER seen a gallery wall tutorial like this before, guaranteed! In this 1-hour class, Will Taylor of Bright Bazaar breaks down everything you need to know about creating your own eye-catching focal point for any room in your home; the perfect weekend project. First, Will...more

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This five-day course provides practical insight and training into managing an art gallery today. The intensive course addresses art market dynamics and the technicalities of running a gallery business, including legal, financial and operational aspects, as well as key issues in growing a business. Guided by...more

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Victoria and Albert Museum

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE: All cultural organisations are increasingly being required to generate income and pay their way but how do museums, galleries, arts venues and heritage sites learn how to identify and monetise their assets? This course is aimed at anyone working in one of these industries who...more


Whenever I watch legal TV series like The Good Wife or Suits I can’t help but wonder what life would be like had I pursued law instead of journalism. Would I be as bold and confronting as Harvey Specter or would I be a cool and collected Alicia...


When you think of art, you likely think about the artistic process: highly creative people pouring out their talent and hard work on a canvas or stage.  What doesn’t necessarily come to mind is everything else it takes to bring a piece of work...


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